Kim Kardashian photographer Marcus Hyde injured in serious car crash

A famous photographer who has travelled the world with Kim kardashian has been injured in a serious car crash.

Marcus Hyde had been out driving on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California, in the early hours of Monday morning when he lost control of his sports car, reports TMZ.

According to the website, he was having seizures as a result of the crash and was airlifted to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Centre after emergency services showed up.

Shocking pictures show the mangled vehicle at the bottom of a ditch, and also dozens of police and a fire engine.

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A witness told TMZ the car was found 200 ft from the main road.

The Los Angeles-based photographer reportedly had a female passenger in the car who was also taken to hospital.

Marcus and his passenger’s condition are currently unknown.

Marcus, one of Kim’s go-to photographers, is said to be a huge car fan and regularly went on night drives.

Late on Sunday, he shared a story on his Instagram account which read: "Late night cruise tonight. Fast cars only. DM me for info."


His most recent Instagram post was a birthday tribute to Kim , whiched showed the pair of them posing behind the scenes together and also solo pictures of her, presumably which he shot.

"Happy birthday to the biggest star in the world, loving mother, entrepreneur, & amazing friend," he wrote.

He’a also photographed the likes of Kanye West , Ariana Grande and Chance The Rapper.

He recently said of his career: “You’ve just got to be passionate about it. If you’re not 100% always about it, anytime of the day, anytime of the night, you’re not going to go anywhere with it. I live and breathe shooting– that’s all I do."

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